At last, I have eaten Aladdin's Magic prawn and it is the bomb!
People write about it, order a regular home delivery of it and restaurants serve it up as a feature. But, you really have to try it to know the difference. It looks like any other prawn, but, when you taste it, it's actually sweeter and crunchy but not as tough as other species of big prawns. Farmed in the Red Sea, the salinity levels are the reason for it's differentiating factor. Imported fresh enough to be eaten as sashimi. I am still trying to convince my mom to order some from the wholesaler for our next meal.